Higher Education has been significantly impacted by the coming of the internet age. The use of internet in education has witnessed a new pace during the COVID-19 pandemic, as it became the only alternative of imparting education. E-learning systems provide comprehensive mechanisms for managing the presentation of curriculum and content, allowing instructors and students to interact synchronously and asynchronously from any part of the world. Students can attend high quality institutions, receiving accredited and recognized qualifications without leaving the comfort of their own home. However, the presence of internet divide and discrimination in technology accessibility in our societies has raised certain serious questions be it e-education accessibility or its reach becomes limited to only privileged sections of society. Can e-education complement 'catch all' or it will de-universalize the fundamental right of education?. While focusing on the e-learning, we must also consider the issues of medical and social disabilities in our societies in the form of person’s physical or mental limitation, impairments in the form of prejudice, inaccessible design, policies of exclusion in modern societies.